Misrepresentation can be direct or indirect. Direct misrepresentation is when you willingly and knowingly lied about your information. Indirect misrepresentation means that you did not know it was misrepresentation or you were not aware. Watch our video below on what is misrepresentation and advice pertaining to misrepresentation.
What is Misrepresentation Video
Any foreign national can have a misrepresentation allegation, whether it be direct or indirect. Direct misrepresentation would be directly misinforming or lying to Immigration. For instance, if you intentionally and knowingly lied to Immigration about your age or name. Indirect misrepresentation indicates that you were unaware or did the misrepresentation unintentionally. Unfortunately, just because you did something that you didn’t know would be considered misrepresentation, this does not mean that Immigration will forgive you because of this. The consequences of misrepresentation, whether direct or indirect, will most definitely affect the applicant of the immigration application. For examples of misrepresentation and scenarios that can lead to misrepresentation are discussed in this video by Ms. Akrami. She goes into detail of what exactly you should do going forward if you have a misrepresentation allegation. For more information about misrepresentation, kindly watch this video in its entirety.
If you would like to fight a misrepresentation allegation but are unsure what documents to include with your application or how to get started then please don’t hesitate to contact us at 416-477-2545. Our immigration experts will be glad to assist you with your immigration matter.
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